Hosted by Ellie Pyle, Angélique Roché, and Judy Stephens, the Women of Marvel assemble to show how people of all backgrounds are making a powerful and positive impact on our stories. #WomenOfMarvel
Alison Brie on Directing "Marvel's 616"
Ms. Marvel and Squirrel Girl take center stage in the “Marvel Spotlight” episode of Marvel’s 616, streaming on Disney+ tomorrow (November 20)! To get an inside look, Ellie chats with Alison Brie, who directed the episode. Alison reflects on her own experiences with high school theater and shares some behind-the-scenes stories.
Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur’s Natacha Bustos
Natacha Bustos is part of the next generation of elite artists, Marvel’s Stormbreakers! Ellie spoke to the Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur artist about her colorful career, including what it’s like to be a part of Marvel’s brand new talent distinction program. Marvel fans, Bustos is one to keep an eye on!
Horror Comics: A Haunted Conversation w/ Sarah Brunstad & Lauren Amaro
Oh, the horror! With Halloween nigh, we’ve summoned associate editor Sarah Brunstad and assistant editor Lauren Amaro for a bone-chilling broadcast. Join Ellie and our guest editors for a dissection of what goes into making a macabre Marvel comic, featuring frightening favorites like Werewolf by Night and Immortal Hulk.
Fighting like a Super Hero
Phoenix Carnevale delivers an impressive one-two punch: she can spar like a real-life Super Hero AND she’s a massive Marvel fan. Guest co-host Jamie Frevele (Editor, marvel.com) has a deep conversation with Phoenix about her philosophy as a trainer, actor, and fight commentator. A lifelong comic book reader, Phoenix shares how characters like Daredevil, Wolverine, and Storm have inspired her both personally and professionally.
Back to School w/ Ms. Marvel, Squirrel Girl, and Spider-Man!
Avengers Assemble!…for fifth period. In the high-spirited middle-grade novel Avengers Assembly, Marvel’s youngest characters find themselves in an after-school program for super heroes, where they must fend off every threat from super villains to peer pressure. Guest host and Marvel.com editor Christine Dinh caught up with author Preeti Chhibber to discuss what it was like to write Miles Morales, Kamala Khan, and Doreen Green, as well as what it would be like to have Quicksilver as your vice principal and Ant-Man as your teacher.
The Voices of Marvel’s Avengers
What does it take to be an Avenger? Answer: mocap suits, very heavy helmet-cameras, and lots of talent. Angélique caught up with some of the actors behind earth’s mightiest heroes in Marvel’s Avengers video game, including Laura Bailey (Black Widow), Sandra Saad (Ms. Marvel), and Jolene Andersen (Monica Rappaccini). With as much chemistry in real-life as in the game, the group talked about everything from the unique performance capture process to favorite stories from the set!
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Probably one of my fav podcasts ever!!😎
Marvel seems like such a fun place when I listen to this podcast. Can we have more like this because it's fantastic and informative